Hotel Muse Bangkok, the newest member of Accor’s MGallery collection of unique hotels, has opened its doors showcasing a mixture of French and Thai cultures.
The 174-room upscale boutique hotel, located on Langsuan Road near Lumpini Park, draws inspiration from the fin de siècle era in Europe and King Rama V’s era in Thailand during the late 19th century, which is reflected in its design and structure from the five cupolas roof to the interiors that feature both European and Asian touches.
The six room categories are named after Buddhist cosmology, starting with Jatu rooms, which measure 39sqm. The next level up is Dowadueng, Yama, Dusid, Nimman and, finally, the Paranim penthouse, which measures 216sqm and features a guest bathroom, king-size bed, sitting room and kitchen. Rooms across all categories are equipped with wired and wireless internet access and iPod docking stations. The hotel also has an outdoor swimming pool and gym.
The hotel has five dining outlets: Le Salon, Medici, Su Tha Ros, The Speakeasy and Wet Bar. For business travellers, Hotel Muse offers unique venues for meetings and events, including a boardroom in The Speakeasy bar and private dining areas at Medici and Su Tha Ros.
Hotel Muse Bangkok is the second hotel in the city that belongs to the MGallery collection after VIE Hotel. Being part of the Accor network, guests can earn A|Club points when staying at both properties.
For more information, visit www.hotelmusebangkok.com